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11 Jul

Teacher Leadership Institute for Teachers of the Year in Ocracoke

North Carolina’s 2016–2017 Teachers of the Year are with NCCAT in Ocracoke to examine educational leadership and positive responses to institutional change.

28 Jun

Covering Social Studies and Science Content Using Literacy

Teachers from across North Carolina have joined us for "Mission Possible: Covering Social Studies And Science Content Using Literacy" in Ocracoke.

23 Jun

Making Math Meaningful with NCCAT

We hope you can join us for this upcoming professional development opportunity!

13 Jun

NCETA 2017 Call for Proposals

From our friends at the North Carolina English Teachers Association:

09 Jun

Enhancing science and social studies skills with NCCAT

We hope you can join us for this program!

14460 - Using National Park Resources To Enhance Science and Social Studies Skills at Ocracoke

09 May

Congratulations to new Kenan Fellows

Excited for the new members of this wonderful program!

From Kenan Fellows

01 May

Quiz-Quiz-Trade video

This technique is the Swiss army knife of teaching tools. You can use it for mastery, for higher order thinking, for practicing social skills, and students of every age love it. In this video, a group of middle school teachers learns the technique and uses it to practice some SAT level vocabulary they just learned.

12 Apr

NCCAT groups collaborate from Cullowhee & Ocracoke

Exciting to see the programs "How Do Gifted Students Grow? AIG Concepts and Digital Resources" in Cullowhee led by NCCAT's Elizabeth Joyce and "Literacy Instruction To Promote Critical Thinking" in Ocracoke led by NCCAT's Amy Jo Spencer join together by video this moring. Plenty of sharing and collaboration going on from the mountatins to the see!

Great job!

04 Apr

Blog: Why Won't My Students Talk to Each Other?

NCCAT Faculty member Dr. Deb Teitelbaum covers the importance of team building or class building activities in this new blog.

"You are part of the team, and they need to know they can trust you as much as they trust each other," Teitelbaum writes.

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